Help Remedies Kit Review & Giveaway

Help Remedies Kit Review & Giveaway

Help is a new kind of drug company that promises you less…in a good way!  All of their solutions are made with a single active ingredient – as opposed to two or three that some products have.  They contain less dyes and are made with the least possible coatings.  And they cause less confusion!  You always know exactly what you’re getting when you take a Help product.  Instead of a confusing drug or brand name, the titles tell you exactly what you’re taking – Help I have a stuffy nose or Help I have a headache.  What you see is what you get.  They come in easy packaging that is simple to take on the road with you!

Help Remedies Kit Review & Giveaway

I absolutely love this concept that Help has come up with!  I got a Help Kit – a pack of 6 different products.  I received Help I have an aching body, Help I’m nauseous, Help I have a blister, Help I have allergies, Help I have a headache, and Help I have a stuffy nose. It is perfect for keeping in our car for any emergencies.  I hate when I’m out on the road and I need something to help a headache or a cold.  This solves that problem!  I just open up my glove box and there’s a remedy!  I love the convenient packaging, and I love that it targets my problem without any additional ingredients or additives.  It’s simple and a great solution!  I will definitely be keeping one of these on hand for all my “I need help” emergencies!

If you need Help, you can find their products at their site, on Amazon.com, and at Target and Walgreens.  A Help Kit retails for $30, and individual packs retail for $4.

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Disclosure: I received a Help Remedies Kit in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

About Jamie

Jamie loves being a wife and a mom to her one year old boy. She is obsessed with cooking and all things kitchen related! She loves to read, play the piano, watch movies, craft/sew, and organize her house.

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Help Remedies Kit Review & Giveaway — 101 Comments

  1. help i have a blister, been walking a lot and got a blister wearing some new shoes
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  2. Help I Can’t Sleep and Help I have A Headache. I’ve never seen these before. This is something that everyone should have on hand for sure. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  3. Since I’m entering at 1 am, I’ll say the I can’t sleep.  Also the I have a stuffy nose and I have allergies, which are leading to the I can’t sleep :D
    Thanks!

  4. Help I Have Allergies would get the most use, followed by Help I Have a Headache

  5. Help, I’ve cut myself. I like this one the best. Although, I did like “Help, I forgot my password” and “Help less chaos”.

  6. I want the Help I have an aching body kit looks useful for me.  
    reejen at comcast dot net

  7. I would like “Help I’m nauseous” -
    - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  8. I just saw these at the store yesterday and was interested in learning more about them!!!  I’d love to try the Help I can’t Sleep or Help I have Allergies (or Help I’m nauseous lol)

  9. I need the “Help – I have a Headache.” Between my family & my job, sometimes I need the medicine.

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